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Adrianne Curry's name is misspelled "Adrienne" in her caption.
In her caption, Courteney Cox Arquette's name is misspelled "Courtney Cox-Arquette."
At one point, a caption with Joel McHale's name appears on-screen while a female commentator is talking.
Throughout the countdown, the narrator sometimes says that E! airs repeats of Saturday Night Live weekdays at 4 PM and midnight, which were the correct air times for September 2004. However, at other times, he says that the show airs at 5 PM and midnight--the times it was scheduled to air back in January 2004, before both the series and this countdown had to be pulled due to NBC's lawsuit.
The word Volkswagen is misspelled "Volkswagon" in the caption when that guy discusses the Bug.
Kimberley Locke's name is misspelled "Kimberly" in her caption.
Baywatch wasn't the only "Oops" NBC had done. In the mid-90s, NBC had a series called JAG. JAG didn't do well in the ratings, and like Baywatch before it, NBC canceled it after one season. However, CBS picked up the series and it had high ratings to last nine more seasons. JAG also spun-off NCIS and NCIS spun off NCIS: LOS ANGELES.
During the segment about David Caruso, it is stated that he failed in his film career, and eventually decided to return to television and found success with CSI: Miami. They fail to mention that he actually had his own series in the interim, Michael Hayes, but it was quickly cancelled.
Farrah Fawcett left Charlie's Angels after the first season, not the second.
When Valerie Harper was fired from Valerie and her character was killed off, the show was initially called Valerie's Family. It was only later changed to The Hogan Family.
It is stated that Baywatch had two spin-offs; but it only had one, Baywatch Nights. When the series changed locations to Hawaii for its final two seasons, it was retitled Baywatch Hawaii. This was NOT a spin-off.
Someone comments that Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez probably thought they could coast through "Gigli" on their "natural chemistry"; but they had never met before they did the movie, so they wouldn't have known if they had chemistry or not. Also, Klexius Kolby says (probably in just a replay of his earlier comment) that couples shouldn't work together. Lopez and Affleck, at least according to the official version of events, weren't a couple when they made this movie.
Jon Hein says that the turning point for Melrose Place was when Kimberly blew up the building "and then died." She didn't die until almost two full seasons later.
Queen Latifah is mentioned among those who had a failed talk show. Although it wasn't a huge hit, unlike the other shows mentioned (The Tempestt Bledsoe Show, etc.), The Queen Latifah Show lasted two full seasons.
Zsa Zsa Gabor's license and registration had expired when she was pulled over by a motorcycle police. She drove away and got pulled over again, that's when the cop got slapped in the face. For this she was sentenced to 72 hours in jail and 121 hours of community service besides the $13 000 in court costs.
Julie Cypher gave birth to a girl, Bailey, in 1997 and in 1998 a son, Beckett. They revealed who the father was in 2000 after thinking that would be best for the children.
The news on George Michael getting arrested came out on April 7th 1998.